I was pursuing web since my early childhood. I'm not exactly sure when, but I must have been 8 or 10 (the pre-google era). I fascinated by what I could do with just a little bit of markup. One thing lead to another, and I decided to work freelance and earn some money on the side during my stint at law school.
I never saw myself doing law, and decided to dropout and pursue design and web full-time. I'm still a rookie at UX, but I'm fascinated by how seemingly small things make such a huge impact when it comes to perception.
I work at a startup in the personal finance industry. Looking forward to learning from yo all.